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Feathers—an evolutionary enigma
The incredible complexity of feathers continues to puzzle evolutionists.
by Jerry Bergman
Priest calls CMI heretical
Is he right?
by Lita Sanders
The portrayal of creationists by their evolutionist detractors
Where they are not ignored, creationists are invariably disparaged and misrepresented.
by Philip Bell
Life’s irreducible structure—Part 1: autopoiesis
‘Autopoiesis’ (self-making) shows that all aspects of life lie beyond naturalistic explanations.
by Alex Williams
Why did God make humans and chimps so similar?
Might it actually be evidence for design?
by Shaun Doyle
Evolutionary naturalism: an ancient idea
Not original to Darwin but the revival of an ancient idea.
by Jerry Bergman
Reproduction: the essential sign of life
What can a coffee table teach us about the beginning of life?
by Gordon Howard
Was Gerard Krefft sacked for being an evolutionist?
A museum has honoured a curator who was fired more than a century ago in controversial circumstances—supposedly because he was an evolutionist.
by Warren Nunn
Making sense of ‘apeman’ claims
How do we explain ‘apeman’ fossils from a biblical perspective?
by Carl Wieland
What to make of Homo naledi?
Homo naledi is another case of selective interpretation of the evidence to ‘prove’ evolution of man from apelike ancestors.
by Marc Ambler
Human genome decay and the origin of life
Observed mutational decay in the human genome provides clues to the origin of life.
by Alex Williams
The ‘little bears’ that evolutionary theory can’t bear!
Microscopic ‘water bears’ are a puzzle for evolutionists.
by Joachim Vetter